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The police are accused of not being neutral in the Presidential Election

JBN.CO.ID ■ The #INAelectionObserverSOS has topped the world trending topic on Wednesday afternoon (3/20). This tagar seeks to attract international attention to highlight Indonesian police which are considered not neutral in the Indonesian presidential election.

Previously, a number of accounts spread #PolisiTidakNetral and #WasitKokIkutMain tags that had enlivened the Indonesian twitter timeline. The tagar was uploaded with videos and narratives accusing the police of not being neutral and tending to support Candidate President Joko Widodo in the 2019 Presidential Election.

For example, the accusations against the Millennial Road Safety Festival (MRSF) Campaign held by the National Police in East Java on Sunday, March 17, 2019 were controversial. The event, which was originally held to reduce the victims of this traffic, was allegedly inserted by political activities suspected of benefiting President Joko Widodo.

Allegations that the event was considered to be politically charged departed from a group of participants playing a song titled "Jokowi" (Jokowi only) in the event held at the Suramadu bridge.

MSRF's business has not been completed, the police have also been accused of being neutral from an outstanding video. The video was uploaded by the @JackVardan Twitter account on March 18, 2019, with the sentence ‘Referee don't join the competition, your job is protecting. '

In the 27-second video, a number of residents were sitting in a room in a row. While there were two people in brown uniforms capturing the event.

Someone through loudspeakers guided the people to thank Jokowi for social assistance. The command ends with yells: Jokowi yes yes yes.

Besides that the issue of the Sambhar application some time ago is also still being discussed. The National Police Institution is accused of forming buzzer forces supporting Jokowi-Ma'ruf by using the Sambhar Alumni android application.

Here's the netizer's tweet with the #INAelectionObserverSOS hashtag.

■ Tuman Jr

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